Are you a job seeker with a disability looking for work? Come out on December 3rd to JOIN Job Opportunity Information Network Marketplace!
This holiday season, over 30 families that are supported by Community Living Toronto’s Adult Protective Service Worker (APSW) program have sent us their wish lists. They include much-needed items like winter jackets, scarves, and grocery gift cards, along with fun toys and games like Lego. Tis’ the season for generosity – let’s help these deserving families with their holiday shopping! You can purchase any of the items from their wish lists or simply make a donation online.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Community Living Toronto Urges Government to Reconsider PACY Plan, Affirm Commitment to Vulnerable Children
(Toronto – November 16, 2018) – Community Living Toronto is concerned that the Government of Ontario has announced the repeal of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth Act, 2007, the end of the independent Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth (PACY), and the transition of that function to the Ombudsman. Read more
Tuesday November 13th 7pm-9pm
461 Cherry St. Toronto
Pizza Bingo Night at the Victoria Park Hub
Wednesday November 14, 2018
6PM-8PM $3 Cover
Reena and Mary Centre are developing a guide and tools to support adults with developmental disabilities get the right support, at the right time, as they get older.
When: Tuesday November 13, 2018 from 11am – 2pm
Join us for a Free Workshop to Learn About Managing your Money!
When: Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Time: 9:30 – 11:30 AM
Check out the digital version of our Monthly Membership newsletter: Connections October Edition
Read the downloadable PDF version here: October Connections Newsletter 2018
On Thursday September 27th, Community Living Toronto held its 70th, Annual General Meeting at the Alliance Francaise located next door to the 20 Spadina Office,
The Honourable Minister Lisa MacLeod, Minister of Children, Community and Social Services, was our special Guest at this years AGM.
In her first public address to the developmental services sector since being named to the post, Minister Lisa MacLeod stated that she looked forward to working alongside Community Living Toronto to shape public policy and to bring greater awareness of people who have an intellectual or developmental disability.
The Donor Dollars newsletter recognizes many outstanding individuals and corporate partners who are helping to make a difference in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities.
Click here to read the downloadable PDF.
Our Vision: A society where everyone belongs. A society where everyone is valued. Read more